Ann Sinnott, ex labour councillor

  https://fairplayforwomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Final-Talk-Ann-Sinnott.m4a My name is Ann Sinnott. The protected characteristics of the Equality Act were instated in recognition of the fact that certain categories of people are disadvantaged.  ‘Gender reassignment’ is one such characteristic, but the current term ‘transgender’ applies to far greater numbers:  some 85% of male-borns identifying as

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Jane Galloway, Autism Parent Advocate

  My name is Jane Galloway and I am an Autism Parent Advocate. We know from research released by the Tavistock and Portman clinic, that over the last decade, the number of children identifying as transgender, has increased by 4000% and that these children are overwhelmingly girls. Organisations like Stonewall,

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Three choices

Fair Play For Women supports the right of transgender people to live safely and free from the discrimination they experience because they identify as transgender. We also support the right of women to live safely and free from the discrimination they experience because they were born into the female sex.

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Fair Play For Women film and report: Women need male-free spaces to recover from male violence.

We’re proud to launch our first film, ReBirth, accompanied by a groundbreaking new report featuring first-hand interviews with managers and users of female-only services.     A woman’s trauma response doesn’t care how someone identifies. A woman who has had a male towering over and threatening her, been battered by a male

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Lucy Masoud, Firefighter

  I’m Lucy Masoud and I’m a firefighter. As a firefighter who works in a 95% male workforce I understand the importance of having female only facilities. Many fire stations across the country still require female firefighters to share changing facilities and dormitories with their male colleagues. This often leads

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